BUDGET DOCUMENTS
Key to Budget Documents
Budget Highlights (Key Features)
Budget Speech
Budget at a Glance
Annual Financial Statement
Finance Bill
Memorandum
Receipt Budget
Expenditure Budget
Customs & Central Excise
The Macro Economic Framework Statement
The Medium Term Fiscal Policy Statement
The Fiscal Policy Strategy Statement
Statement of Revenue Foregone
Implementation of Budget Announcements
 
 DETAILED BUDGET HIGHLIGHTS
Reforms in tax administration to continue; `Saral-II' in the offing
Budget proposals seek concessions on duties levied on miscellaneous items
Relief to small business, professionals and farmers
Focus on inclusive growth, investment and fiscal health
Focus on inclusive growth, investment and fiscal health
Slew of measures to ease tax burden on individuals, service providers, others
Budget projects a Rs362,098-crore deficit for FY'11
Budget 2010-11: The Sensex begins to sing
Economy on higher growth path; fiscal management remains a challenge: Pranab
 
 SECTORS
Impact of Budget 2010 on Real Estate Sector in India
Post budget impact analysis: SEZ sector
Post budget impact analysis: Media and Entertainment sector
Post budget impact analysis: ports sector
Post budget impact analysis: paper sector
Post budget impact analysis: real estate sector
Post budget impact analysis: Automobile sector
Party over for auto firms: Excise duty on cars, MUVs hiked
Post budget impact analysis: telecom sector
Post budget impact analysis: tyre sector
Post budget impact analysis: textile sector
Post budget impact analysis: Educational services consist of Academic sector
Outlay for renewable energy hiked by 61 per cent
Power sector allocation doubled to Rs5130 crore
Health outlay up by Rs2700 crore
Mukherjee allocates Rs1,73,552 crore for infrastructure development
Post budget impact analysis: road sector
Post budget impact analysis: Construction sector
Post budget impact analysis: Banking & Financial Services sector
Post budget impact analysis: Gems and Jewellery sector
Post budget impact analysis: Healthcare sector
Post budget impact analysis: Pharmaceutical sector
 
 
 REACTIONS
Balanced budget, but IT industry expected more: Narsimha Rao, President, ITsAP (formerly HYSEA)
Bullish for the healthcare sector: Dr Amit Varma, president, healthcare initiatives, Religare Enterprises
Ajay Srinivasan, CEO, Aditya Birla Financial Services Group quote and his photo for your kind perusal.
Balances the need for fiscal prudence, revenue mobilisation, growth: R Ramakrishnan, executive director, Bajaj Electricals Ltd
Truly for aam-admi: Pradeep Jain, chairman, Parsvnath Developers Limited
Definitely better than expected: Ankur Bhatia, executive director, Bird Group
MAIT welcomes focus of Budget
Budget good for the electrical industry: P K Ranade, joint MD, Indo Asian Fusegear Limited (IAFL) said,
Emphasis on growth is commendable: Susir Kumar, MD and CEO, Intelenet Global Services Ltd.
Duty on cars will push up prices
Som Mittal, president, Nasscom
 
 COMMENT
No unpleasant surprise is good news: Pranab Datta, VC & MD, Knight Frank India
Boosts agriculture, infrastructure: Anjani Sinha, MD & CEO, National Spot Exchange
What the Budget portends
Double-digit growth clearly within sight
Treading the progressive and prudent path
Sushanto Roy, CEO, Sahara Prime City Limited
Excellent budget: Sudip Bandyopadhyay, group president, Spice Finance
 
 SPECIAL REPORTS
No rollback of service tax on realty, says finance ministry official
Steel prices go up by Rs600 a tonne
MSMEs get a pat on the back from finance minister
Mukherjee to ease banking licence rules
Budget 2010-11: Key budget proposals
Budget 2010-11: Use of LLP as a structural alternative : A non-starter for non-residents?
Budget 2010-11: Equity deals at lower than FMV : A new tax trap?
Budget 2010-11: Non-resident services outside India : Taxed retroactively
Budget 2010-11: Direct taxes code: Fresh jitters?
Budget 2010-11: Gain for locals, pain for globals
Rupee to soon get a symbol
Budget 1010-11: R&D gets a boost
Budget proposals to usher in tax revision, rationalisation and revamp of prevailing tax regime
Steps proposed to make development eco-friendly
Government expects to roll out DTC and GST from April 2011
NREGA, rural uplift schemes get surprisingly small hikes
 
 
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